Matt Haley

The son of a renowned portrait artist, Matt was drawn to art from the time he could hold a pencil. By age 16, he was already creating his own comic books, and garnered his first professional comic art assignment drawing “Star Trek” for DC Comics at age 20, which led to a long career illustrating the likes of “Batgirl”, “Superman” and “Birds Of Prey” for DC Comics, as well as “The Defenders” for Marvel and comics for numerous other publishers.

Discovering digital art early on, Matt became fascinated with the possibilities and soon was generating artwork for videogame companies like Ubi Soft, Atari and Sony, as well as for film and television, which ultimately led to a long creative partnership with “Avengers” and “Spiderman” creator Stan Lee, helping to create the hit TV series “Who Wants To Be A Superhero” and developing numerous superhero properties with Mr. Lee.

Matt’s long history with DC Comics has allowed him to create artwork for numerous DC and Warner Bros. efforts, including the TV series “Gotham”, the movie “Justice League”, a comic book version of “Wonder Woman ’77” depicting TV star Lynda Carter, and even an animated cartoon for noted designer Jean-Paul Gaultier for Paris Fashion Week.

Specializing in drawing the human figure in motion, Matt continues to hone his craft and develop his ability. When not in the studio in Los Angeles, Matt travels to Portland, where he directs television and feature projects for a new generation of fans.

Matt Haley

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Matt Haley Fine Art is available online and authorized galleries.